RPPL & JK Tyre Successfully Host Showrun Of Indian Racing Festival In Bengaluru

Abhijeet Singh
20 May 2024
08:20 PM
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Held on KTPO Main Road, Whitefield, this event delivered a spectacle for motorsport enthusiasts and celebrated the Indian Racing League (IRL) and Formula 4 Indian Championship (F4IC).

RPPL & JK Tyre mobility outlook

Racing Promotions Private Limited (RPPL) in collaboration with JK Tyre recently concluded the highly anticipated Indian Racing Festival (IRF) Showrun in Bengaluru. Last year, it featured 12 Indian drivers and 12 international drivers, including six international women participants. The league aims to foster Indian youth talent and showcase their prowess on the global stage.

Similarly, the Formula 4 Indian Championship, a FIA-certified championship, has attracted young and aspiring drivers worldwide. It provides the first step on the ladder to Formula 1, creating opportunities for young drivers in their single-seater journey and helping them gain Super License points.

With a focus on nurturing talent, promoting diversity, and delivering unparalleled excitement, IRF has inspired a new generation of racers and enthusiasts across the nation. Through innovative formats, strategic partnerships, and a platform for emerging talent, IRL has played a pivotal role in putting Indian motorsport on the map.

The Bengaluru showrun, curated by Racing Promotions Private Limited, featured an exhilarating lineup of vehicles and drivers. The event saw the IRL car driven by 23-year-old local talent Sohil Shah and the FIA-Formula 4 (F4) car piloted by 17-year-old Bengaluru native Rishon Rajeev. The event also showcased 10-year-old karting prodigies from Delhi, Pune, and Mumbai, who wowed the crowd with speeds of up to 120 kmph.

The event highlighted JK Tyre’s legacy as frontrunners in motorsport. Spectators witnessed an array of thrilling performances, including rally veteran Hari Singh's four-wheel stunts and superbike displays from Coimbatore and Bengaluru riders.

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